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Jane Kronick’s professional life was spearheaded in 1972 when she worked as an assistant to Mario Puzo, author of The Godfather. This position led to high profile positions at Putnam Publishing and National Lampoon Magazine. In 1977, she was profiled in New York Magazine for opening and creating what "Best Bets" called the most unique candy and gift boutique in Greenwich Village.

In 1980 Jane joined a talent agency representing children, teens, and young adult actors. A few months' later, she not only owned the company, but turned it into one of the leading full-service theatrical talent agencies in New York City. She had a knack for finding exceptional talent and discovered many child stars. Her talent agency was bought by the Abrams Artists Agency, a leading full-service talent agency with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

From there, Jane moved to a thriving consulting and public speaking career geared toward the self-marketing of actors and models. Accustomed to dealing with everyone from renowned personalities to people of all different lifestyles and temperaments, she worked closely and capably with each individual to assess and fulfill their needs.

Manhattan born and bred, Jane grew up in a real estate family. After having lived and breathed real estate through her grandfather and brother, Jane joined a leading real estate firm where she effectively helped others attain their dreams. Extremely caring, focused, thorough, organized, and people savvy, Jane took the ball and ran with it for every potential customer who entrusted her with their interests. 

Jane still has her New York State real estate license which is currently held by COMPASS; however, Jane decided to use all of her life experience and begin a professional organizing business. She can help you organize a home-office, de-clutter a home, stage your home for resale, and much more! Organization and insight are the key words here. Let Jane and the staff at your professional organizer help you organize your life!